Photos and interviews by Sam Campbell“During AIT, I had this spiritual experience. I was always a Christian, always a little more religious than my friends. There’s no greater parish in the world. You get to live with your parish, which is pretty neat. You literally go to the field, you’re sleeping next to the people that the next day, you’re going to get up and go to church service for them. … [Read more...] about Viewpoint: Why did you become a chaplain?
The Fort Leonard Wood Chaplains Corps held its first co-parenting training event Feb. 20 and 21 at the Main Post Chapel.The event, named “One Heart, Two Homes: Co-parenting Kids to a Positive Future,” is part of a curriculum created by Tammy and Jay Daughtry, co-founders of The Center for Modern Family Dynamics and guest speakers of the event.Co-parenting is a situation where a child is … [Read more...] about Chaplains receive specialized co-parent, blended family training
To serve those who serve, where others fear to goBorn, raised and educated in Romania, Chaplain (Cpt.) George Oanca, pronounced Wonka, currently serves as a religious support officer for the 2nd Battalion, 10th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Chemical Brigade here on Fort Leonard Wood. But how he found himself here is no average tale.“It is a long story, but I’ll try to make it short,” he said … [Read more...] about One chaplain’s faith and duty